Conference:Hockey East
Player:John Curry
Team:Boston University

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 Description:  05/06 game worn Boston University hockey jersey worn by John Curry, Reebok air knit with "A", size 56, shows decent wear with stick marks and nice pilling, Curry was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Pittsburgh Penguins on July 1, 2007, In the 200405 season, Curry became the first-string goalie, posting an 18113 in-conference record, participating in his first NCAA tournament, and winning his first Beanpot final, 32, over Northeastern University. As a junior, Curry was named to the RBK All-American second team and was a first-team Hockey East All-Star. He started in 36 of 37 games, attaining a 2484 record that included a 12-game winning streak from December 30, 2005 to February 13, 2006. The team went on to win the Hockey East Championship and Curry played in another NCAA tournament. For the season he garnered awards including Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (four times), Player of the Week, and Goaltender of the Month, Curry was named assistant captain of the Terriers in the 20062007 season, his final season, he again won the Beanpot final, posting a career Beanpot record of 50 and setting a record .985 save percentage in his final tournament, he went on to win both the Beanpot MVP and the Beanpot's Eberly Award for goaltending, holding the best recorded GAA of 0.48 with 1 goal allowed, In 2007, Curry was also named a finalist for college hockey's top-player, the Hobey Baker Award, while winning Hockey East Player of the Year and getting the Hockey East Three-Stars award, an awesome piece of BU history!